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of kidnapping an 11-month-old baby was back in court just about an hour ago. carla hernandez didn't enter a plea but we did learn more about the evidence the county will be presenting against her. nbc bay area's bob redell is live outside the hall of justice. bob, what's the latest with what's happening this morning. >> good morning, jon. the public defender waives the preliminary hearing right. she did ask the judge for more time to review the evidence against her in this case, the alleged evidence. the judge agreed to give her two weeks. the deputy d.a. prosecuting this one says they have a voluminous amount of evidence that proves hernandez kidnapped 11-month-old gabrielle cantero. this happened at 6:00 in the morning on march 25th. the mom was loading up her liberty, loaded her baby in back, went inside. when she returned, hernandez had allegedly stolen the vehicle with the baby still inside. there was an amber alert, a massive search. part of 101 was even shut down. the baby and the car were found abandoned later that morning across town. the baby was okay. the d.a. tells us they have dna e
mother oes jaep which hernandez stole. the baby was okay, found several hours later inside of that car abandoned in a driveway across town. the assistant da tells the nbc bay area that they have dna evidence that plays hernandez inside the car and surveillance that hernandez knew she was in the baby was in the car when he allegedly stol the car. >> the evidence will show that hen when the mother was loading the baby into a car the suspect was watching a couple of blocks away. she knew there was a child in the car. >> hernandez is to appear in court tomorrow on related charges of being under the influence of drugs. >> a san francisco man is facing to four years in jail after flooding no contest that he kidnapped his two children and sald away with them on a yacht. he entered the plea to one count each of felony child abduction and steal a boat. he took them aboard a yacht he stole from the alameda mau radio nap. the coast guard intercepted the both and toe toed it back to store. >> a lot of long delays at the major airports and we'll tell you why. >>> turning trash into treasure this ea
a judge gave 30-year-old karla hernandez two weeks to review the evidence in her case. she is accused of kidnapping an 11-month-old baby and asked for more time before entering a plea. police say she kidnapped a baby girl in the back seat of her mother's jeep which hernandez allegedly stole. the baby was found okay inside the car abandoned in a drive way across town. the assistant d.a. tells nbc bay area they have dna evidence that places hernandez inside of the car and surveillance footage that shows hernandez knew the baby was in the back seat when she allegedly stole the vehicle. hernandez is supposed to appear in court tomorrow. >>> a richmond grocery store will be shut down for the rest of this night. it was closed after a small explosion. a fire official says around 2:15 this afternoon a repair man was fixing a refrigeration unit when a canister exploded. the worker suffered injuries to his hands. >> after three months patrolling the streets of oakland the sheriff's department is pulling out. the state is stepping in to pick up the slack. nbc bay area's jodi hernandez is now in
. police arrested karla hernandez. last month the baby'sm left the ild in the car a en while she went to close the ge doo in the brief period of time hernandez got in th car and d car was found abandoned and the baby safe inside. hernandez isood on charged mixed messanses about guns in the bay area. thousands crowded into a gu show at the cow palace and in south fran seasons there was a gun buyback program. >> the hot item of the day, not rifles or handguns. but ammo. gun enthusiasts were five and six deep at the gun show. despite the natnal debate in washington, gun ownership and local gun shows are as hot as ever. >> i think the resentment of law-abiding gun owners is the random act0s of homicidniac are being p o lawful, legal guck owners. >> bob is the owner of crossroads of the west gun show. based in exput do more than 60 shows a year. san francisco is among the company's top revenue generators. >> johns i one of the reasons why the ehaven't is so pop explar why the attendees will spend thousands of dollars on the hot's item of the day, ammo. >> came from four counties away to ge
hernandez is accused of taking the girl. the police say hernandez got into the car and drove away. police say information from witnesses and a sketch helped them track down hernandez. >>> nine months after a mother and father were shot and killed in san jose, police say they have arrested the man they believe pulled the trigger. authorities arrested 31-year-old pedro medina, this week in mexico. he is accused of killing mary bell and pedro jiminez, last year. mary bell had dated medina while she was separated from her husband, and medina became obsessed with her. >>> and a passenger airliner failed to reach the runway, falling into the sea off the resort island of bali. all 100 people on board the jet survived, although about 40 are injured, having suffered head wounds and broken limbs. passengers swam to shore, the boeing 747 officials say it was new. it broke into and filled with water, experts say it is too early to say what caused the crash. >>> the united states and china are on the same page when it comes to removing nuclear weapons from north korea. secretary of state john kerry an
hernandez. are you here? hi, elva. >>> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is elva hernandez and i am an in-home support services worker [speaker not understood]. and i have served the board for almost six years and i have been a health care worker for 13 years. i feel that my experience is a long time in the home support service provider and i would like to continue serving on the board. i hope that you will approve my reappointment to seat 4. thank you for your consideration. >> thank you. any questions? >> yes. good morning or good afternoon to you. >>> good afternoon. >> i would like to -- you've been on the board you said six years, correct? >>> yes. >> can you tell me from the worker -- some of the things you accomplished in the last six years? >>> the last six years? >> yes. >>> well, i'm sorry. but when i came here, any time i get a lot of nerves. it's really hard for me. >> i understand. i'm that way, too. yes, just, you know, just casually talk about -- six years is a long time. tell us about some of the things you accomplished, what you like about the role, why we should reappoin
who shot and killed a college student visiting family on spring break. ktvu's jade hernandez has been following this story and today she spoke with the victim's grieving father. >>> there are no words to describe what the family is experiencing. detectives are still hoping for tips from the community. >> reporter: he showed me photos of his son jacob valdiviezo. in this one jacob valdiviezo he stands tall with his mother. today his father met with neighbors. he told us he was walking home from a get together saturday morning around 3:00 a.m. san francisco police say someone drove up, got out, asked him if he was in a gang and shot him near his parent's home. he found his son pleading grom gun shot wounds to his head and -- bleeding from gun shot wounds to his head and chest. the student at lewis and clark college was on a football scholarship. mese are hoping -- police are hoping for leads, someone who saw or heard something. >> he was a college student doing good, no problems with the police, no previous contacts. so it is a tragedy. >> tra
arrested in the kidnapping of an 11-month-old girl. karla hernandez was taken into custody last night. police believe it was hernandez who drove away last moping in a jeep with the baby friday. the baby's mom just stepped out of the car to close the garage door and left the keys in the ignition. a sketch of hernandez was circulated and police say witnesses and evidence tied her to the crime. hernandez is in jail on drug and kidnapping charges. >>> new at 11:00. a split second decision by a san jose teage saves 0 boys from falling more than 300 feet. it happened in yosemite. >> i hear this mom screaming, my god, save my baby. after i hopped the fence, i could hear my parents going, please, don't do it. >> no, please, no, no, and he just was in just like that. >> alex smith and his family just hiked to the fall when a nine-year-old boy fell into the river. alex jumped over the railing, held on to a rock and snagged the boy as he was going by in the rapids. alex's dad came to help. >> when i reached him, he reached me. he looked up at me like the craziest look in his eye, please help me.
arrested in the kidnapping of an 11-month-old karla hernandez was taken into custody last night. police believe it was hernandez who drove away last moping in a jeep with the baby friday. the baby's mom just stepped out of the car to close the garage door and left the keys in the ignition. a sketch of hernandez was circulated and police say witnesses and evidence tied her to the crime. hernandez is in jail on drug and kidnapping charges. >>> new at 11:00. a split second decision by a san jose teage saves 0 boys from falling more than 300 feet. it happened in yosemite. >> i hear this mom screaming, my god, save my baby. after i hopped the fence, i could hear my parents going, please, don't do it. >> no, please, no, no, and he just was in just like that. >> alex smith and his family just hiked to the fall when a nine-year-old boy fell into the river. alex jumped over the railing, held on to a rock and snagged the boy as he was going by in the rapids. alex's dad came to help. >> when i reached him, he reached me. he looked up at me like the craziest look in his eye, please help me. >> i ha
they were defending themselves the family wants to know more,ate hernandez is live with the high- profile attorney helping the family. >> reporter: jade. >> reporter: maureen, we're standing not far from where amos smith lost his life. police say it was a routine traffic stop until he pulled a weapon and that weapon was found at scene of the accident, but smith's family says they want closure. standing near the corner of dyer street and meteor drive, they hold a sign, "shot yelled, not to kill." she said union city police haven't say why he was stopped. >> i miss my son very much. he was a good, young man. >> reporter: amos' mother says amos was her only son and awn she is still struggle why it took day to find out about her son's shooting and only days later came not to talk about to talk something with them, his vehicle registration. he had been working at ford plant for a year and a half. >> all of the stories i heard doesn't make sense to me. >> reporter: smith was one four people fatally shot in one weekend in less than a 27-hour period each anyway different bay area city. an attor
hernandez, the $117 million pitcher for the mariners, not exciting. they were 2-1 against felix hernandez last year. so things are, well, as usual, up for grabs. >> all right. fred, we will check you out at 10:00 p.m. >> all right. thank you. >>> coming up at 10:00 p.m., police all over california kickoff a distracted driving awareness month crack down. hear what a ticket could cost you if you are caught. >> thank you for trusting www.ktvu.com, we are -- thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we are always here for you on www.ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. thank you for joining us. [ music playing ]
for only runs of game 2-0 sea 7 felix hernandez - facing john jaso - who got a rolex from king felix for catching his perfect game - jason now with the a's and he strikes out to end inning hernandez: 7.2 ip, 3 hits, 0 runs, 8 k's final: 2-0 mariners . matt cain struggled after that he was very strong. and in the eight, magic johnson watched the dodgers 4- nothing victory. ncaa women - cal/ georgia lindsay gottleib and cal trying to reach their 1st final four cal was down by 10 in the 2nd half but cal's talia caldwell follows up the missed free throw. 50-50 tie final seconds of regulation cal up 52-50 georgia's anne armstrong gets the offensive rebound and the putback to tie it 52-52 overtime 61-57 cal layshia carendon. gets in the lane and hist the pullup jumper 63-57 cal with 38 seconds left cal now up 3 last second heave by georgia to tie it isn't close cal is going to their first final four cal is the first team from the west coast to do so since long beach state in 1988 presdent obama picked cal to final: 65-62 cal carson palmer turns out carson palmer's last play in a raider uni
jodi hernandez has more. >> reporter: raj, the lafayette police chief says as far as he knows, this is the first officer-involved shooting. they say they are looking into what took place in this building that ultimately led to gunfire from police. >> it sounded like you know, bang, bang, bang, i heard like three or four gunshots. and then i heard women or girls scre screaming. >> reporter: that is what folks who live in this lafayette neighborhood woke up to this morning, after they say police shot a knife-wielding man. the police went to the house after getting a series of hang-up calls from the home this morning. several windows were shattered. the scene of an apparent confrontation. >> they approached the resident, the subject came out of the home with a knife. the officers ordered him to drop the knife, several minutes later, shots came from the officers. >> reporter: a 28-year-old resident was taken to the hospital where he had surgery this morning. he is expected to recover. but neighbors are stunned. they say the people who live there, a couple and three grown children,
hernandez vienen y los revisan, les hacen la limpieza y si es serio y no tienen aseguranza les ayudamos con programas y es que la preocupacin no es para menos, medicos dentales que han servido en determinadas misiones escolares para atender alos menores sin seguro encuentran una decadente salud dental que ocasiona graves problemas... entrevista juan carlos cadena ortodoncista entrevista carlos ascencio dentista ahora son muchos los disritos escolares que en ciudades como oakland y richmond quieren aplicar la clnica dental para los niÑos pobres desde sus escuelas y que por dcc mental no falten a clase entrevista jose hernanadez eso es lo que queremos evitar que los ninos no asistan a la escuela por problema dental y es que anualmente en california se presentan cerca de 874 mil ausencias de niÑos cada aÑo por problemas dentales... lo que ocasiona una perdida en las escuelas de cerca de 30 millones de dlares.... con calculadora en mano, las clnicas de atencin dental podran resultar mas econmicas.... top vo blanca ---la bandera del orgullo "gay" sera izada en la "king plaza" de palo alto par
dejara ir al chicharito hernandez por un goleador que atriavieza uno de sus mejores momentos... ===roll ticker=== cesar ---ahora llegamos al deportivo con juan francisco ramirez... blanca ---buenas tardes juan francisco... jf ---que tal cesar blanca muy buenas tardes,, amigos del deporte saludos en casa, por fin llegamos al ombligo de la semana,, hoy en un dia donde se conocieron a los ultimos dos semifinalistas de la liga de campeones.. take vo 00:01 00:20 add lib wipe 00:01 00:15 add lib wipe ---esto ya se ha venido rumorando desde tiempo atras,, pero hoy un diario deportivo espaÑol revelo que el manchester united ya inicio las negociaciones,, e inclusive,, ya dio un pago como anticipo por reclutar al delantero colombiano radamel falcao del atletico de madrid... en esta transferencia se comenta que la salida del chicharito hernandez seria inevitable y podria el delantero mexicano vestir la camiseta de los colchoneros para suplir la ausencia de falcao... jf on chroma ayer los gigantes de san francisco demostraron su habilidad de reponerse a la adversidad y remontar el marcador adverso
home from war are facing a new mission, finding a job. ktvu's jade hernandez spent the day at a job fair. >> reporter: more than a month since he got home from his deployment. >> really hard right now, the economy, i guess, is turning up. >> reporter: but if he doesn't sound convince, it is because fellow veterans are not getting hired. it is not because they don't have skills. >> i am interested in it field. i working on my certification. i have background in communication. >> his resume overwhelms somebody in the civilian word. >> respect the chain of command, a lot of professional that comes out of that. >> the fact that they served in the armed forces, their morales are in place. they are honest. >> his business allows for a vet's easy transition. >> we designed this program for the veteran. >> reporter: it will take organizers six months to determine how many secured a job today but sponsors say the odds are good. his chances of walking away with a job rose to 90%. >> since the program's inception we had 18,000 vets hired directly. >> once they come out if they get provided the
up the car, and walked a to close the garage door and that is when hernandez got in the car and drove away. information from witnesses helped to track hernandez down. >>> nine months after a mother and father were shot in san hoe, police say they have caught the suspect. he is accused of killing the couple in july of last year. all the children were home at the time. relatives say it was a love triangle of sorts. medina was obsessedher. > now t annbc bay area if you will, we have new information about george shirakawa, he resigned from his job after being accused of using funds to feed his gambling habit. >> when he pleaded guilty to 12 criminal charges including five felonies he did so in exchange for leniency. he had already resigned from the county board and released this statement t constituents that proceeds in part, i have been in ongoing medical treatment for addiction and depression. i realize i need to accept responsibility for all of my actions. the district attorney's office said it would not seek the maximum penalty on of eight years in prison. >> we were aware of his addi
's jade hernandez spent the day with some some people who feel taxes are overwhelming. >> reporter: gusty winds were barely noticed here in san francisco, wasn't so long ago when two dozen post offices opened late, tonight only 5. 80% file online but -- >> people will be rushing in at the last minute before midnight. >> reporter: why? >> procrastination. to be honest. overwhelming. >> some want to have extra money now. >> people get their taxes back and they spend that money real fast. last minute thing, i like that because i will have extra. >> reporter: at the h&r block office, he hopes to take the place of a no show appointment. >> last day. >> reporter: here she is squeaking in under the deadline. at the post office, sometimes there is a reason to wait. >> most people do because normally you have to pay. >> reporter: two branches in san francisco stay open till midnight, one in san jose and oakland will stay open till 10:00 p.m. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> coming up, our coverage of the boston marathon continues in 2 minutes. ktvu's at 6:00 p.m. will have the -- ktvu chan
since 2007. jodi hernandez is life in oakland with all of the fans. >> reporter: excitement is right. fans are streaming in for tonight's home playoff game. you is see the team has also ruled out the blue carpet. there are plenty of balloons out here for people to wait for the doors to open for the big event. >> tonight is going to be one of the biggest games ever seen on television. >> reporter: that's how warriors fans are feeling as the team prepares to hit the court for game flee of the nba playoffs. all across ohm land golden state warriors cry is on full display. restaurants have created special tails to show their support in honor of the team. >> we with can get players and warriors garls in here so we wanted to make sure we had something to help them celebrate. >> there won't be an empty seat inside the arena tonight. they hope all the love faps are showing will convince the team to scrap plans to move to san francisco. >> we hope the warriors ho ownership will see the fan support they've had in oakland since 1971 and they'll realize that this is the best play for them. >> re
off of hernandez who last won in the big leagues in 2011 when he pitched for the indians using the false identity of corvona. so, he her hernandez, whoever. he gets the win. rays sweep. >>> kobe out, dwight howard is the face of the lakers. game one, san antonio. now, 18 points off of the bench, parker, duncan, ginoblie. >> kobe was stuck at home watching from his tv. he took to twitter. what would i say if i were there now? pau get your butt off of the block and don't move until you get it. >> he is a fan right now. you know, he is a fan, you guys put more importance on that kind of fan but he is a fan and he gets excited and i am sure you know he will -- he wants to be part of t. i don't blame him. >> the roll of the eyes said more than the sound bite. >>> bucks agreed to a 6 year 90 million deal that will make him the highest back in history. how about nascar, danica finished 25th. yet to crack the top 10 in five races this season. of course she had that nice finish at the daytona 500. joey longono was in the mood for m&ms takes a bite out of kyle bush. matt kenseth able to
the kidnapping of an 11-month-old girl. carla hernandez was taken into custody late friday night. police believe it was hernandez who drove away last month in the jeep with the baby inside. the baby's mom just stepped out of the car to close the garage door and left the keys in the ignition. a sketch of hernandez was circulated. police say witnesses and evidence tied her to the crime. hernandez is now in jail on drug and kidnapping charges. the baby was found unharmed. >>> a split-second decision by a san jose teenager saved a boy from falling more than 300 feet. it happened last tuesday at yosemite. >> all of a sudden you hear the mom screaming like bloody murder, oh, my god, save my baby, save my baby! after i hopped the fence i heard my parents screaming no, no, please no. don't do it, no. >> no, scott, no, no. it was so fast and he was just in just like that. >> alex smith and his family had just hiked to the falls it when a 9-year-old boy fell into the merced river. alex jumped over the railing and held on to a rock and snagged the boy as he was going by in the swift rapids
student visiting family on spring break. ktvu's jade hernandez has been following this story and today she spoke with the victim's grieving father. >>> there are no words to describe what the family is experiencing. detectives are still hoping for tips from the community. >> reporter: he showed me photos of his son jacob valdiviezo. in this one jacob valdiviezo he stands tall with his mother. today his father met with neighbors. he told us he was walking home from a get together saturday morning around 3:00 a.m. san francisco police say someone drove up, got out, asked him if he was in a gang and shot him near his parent's home. he found his son pleading grom gun shot wounds to his head and -- bleeding from gun shot wounds to his head and chest. the student at lewis and clark college was on a football scholarship. mese are hoping -- police are hoping for leads, someone who saw or heard something. >> he was a college student doing good, no problems with the police, no previous contacts. so it is a tragedy. >> tragedy nares are handling -- are handling by keeping his memory alive. >> reporte
no premeditado... ---luis ricardo hernandez, de 26 años de edad, fue detenido por la muerte de christopher soriano de 36, cuando soriano supuestamente fue sorprendido robando pertenencias en automoviles en la unidad habitacional... ---el fiscal del caso informo que hernandez sera condenado a cuatro aÑos de carcel el proximo 17 de junio... stop open cesar ---fueron bombas pequeÑas y caseras las que causaron dos explosiones mortales en la maraton de boston. ---hoy, el presidente barack obama confirm que fue un acto de terrorismo aunque no precis quien lo perpetr ni los motivos ---tres personas perdieron la vida y mas de 176 resultaron heridas take 2 box ---mayra tostado nos tiene mas detalles.. cuentanos mayra. ';01 ;09 1;23 intro ---buenas tardes, asi es cesar, la ciudad de boston continua en shock mientras las autoridades revisan el lugar de los hechos e interrogan testigos para tratar de encontrar a los responsables. pkg las bombas que explotaron ayer durante la carrera de boston se encontraban dentro de ollas de presion de 6 litros y estaban escondidas en mochilas de color negro abando
declaro hoy culpable a los cargos de homicidio no premeditado... ---luis ricardo hernandez, de 26 años de edad, fue detenido por la muerte de christopher soriano de 36, cuando soriano supuestamente fue sorprendido robando pertenencias en automoviles en la unidad habitacional... ---el fiscal del caso informo que hernandez sera condenado a cuatro aÑos de carcel el proximo 17 de junio... topvo cesar ---esta tarde, la policia de oakland informo sobre el arresto de cinco sospechosos de haber participado en la balacera del paramedico "quinn boyer" de san jose el pasado 2 de abril en las colinas de oakland.. ---boyer, quien estaba fuera de servicio fue baleado varias veces mientras viajaba en su suto y murio dos dias despues... ---los sospechosos tienen entre 14 a 16 aÑos de edad... cesar ---la policia de san jose informo sobre una pelea entre un padre y su hija que termino en tragedia.... take map ---ocurrio el seis de abril pasado en la cuadra mil 900 de la calle "baywood square"... ---segun las autoridades el hombre tuvo una fuerte discusion con su hija, quien empujo al sujeto y en la caida
for their is a and atherton were present obama will be attending a fund- raiser. >> 6 hernandez and the seattle mariners are in oakland for tonight's opening day match up with the a.l. west champion a's. it's fitting that hernandez will make his season debut against the athletics. strange as it sounds, hernandez the a's on opening day three times last season first in the opening game in tokyo, again as seattle's 2012 safeco field baby of, and once more back in oakland for the a's home opener. the a's will stand righend brett anderson to the mound to face the mariners. first is tonight at the zero dacko coliseum is at 7:05 p.m.. >> some 35,000 people are expected to attend. 14,000 died at for the children on the white house grounds. >> kilpatrick among the celebrities that were there. the wrecking of the easter egg roll any moment now. this is 83500 year tradition that could have been canceled because of the budget battles in washington. the doors have been called off because of government spending cuts. this event which is largely sponsored by selling commemorative wooden eggs. it is the hundred and 30
with the company who made them. >> reporter: i'm jodi hernandez in lafayette where neighbors are shaken after a first of its kind shooting takes place here. i'll have a live report coming up. >>> it's been a day of disbelief for people who live in one of the most quiet suburbs. >> they are dealing with at shooting involving their own police department. it happened around 7:00 this morning in lafayette. jodi hernandez joins us live with new details on what police say prompted officers to open fire. >> reporter: police say officers came face to face with a knife wielded man outside this lafayette house. tonight investigators are trying to figure out what happened before officers arrived and what caused the man to allegedly arm himself with a knife. >> i'm unaware of any officer-involved shooting. >> reporter: that all changed this morning when two lafayette police officers responded to a series of 911 hangup calls made from this house around 7:00 a.m. when they arrived officers say they discovered broken windows and a knife wielding man police identified as a 28-year-old resident of the house.
cell phone video take by a student has landed a teacher in hot water. i'm jodi hernandez, i'll have the latest on the investigation coming up. . >>> is the middle school making a big deal out of nothing or did a local teacher cross the line? a debate tonight over a video that appears to show a teacher hitting a student. >> the swatting allegedly happened before spring break. nbc's jodi hernandez has the video, see what you think. >> i believe a teacher who needs some help in managing classroom behavior. a teacher who doesn't set a very good example for the students who are under her control. >> reporter: but whether what is seen in the cell phone video rises to the level of abuse is what school officials and concord police are trying to determine. the video posted on facebook shows an oak grove middle school teacher waving around some kind of object in class. now police are trying to find out if she used the object to hit students. >> priority is always school and students' safety. >> reporter: the principal says that concerned students came to her on monday after seeing the video,
several people on saturday. abc's tai hernandez has the story. >> reporter: the search for the missing snowshoer will resume this morning, after avalanche hit several groups on saturday afternoon. it may be more of a recovery than a rescue. >> the avalanche went 1,279 feet, at speeds of up to 53 miles per hour. >> reporter: the first avalanche took place around noon, at granite mountain, catching three snowshoers offguard. two men emerged from the snow. but the third, a 60-year-old man, did not. the second avalanche o kaured a half-hour later at red mountain, striking 12 snow showers and a woman hiking with her dog. >> the one lady with the dog -- >> reporter: chris was initially reported missing until his friends found him buried against a tree and dug him out. >> i thought i'm dying because of snow. it covered my body. >> reporter: but late saturday evening, all but one person was accounted for. 100 rescuers with dog teams searched granite mountain for the snowshoer. but extremely heavy snowfall and fading daylight caused the rescue mission to be called off late in the evening. for "
late friday night. please believe it was hernandez who drove away last month with the jeep with the baby inside. the baby's mom just stepped outside -- out of the car, area, to close the garage dar and left the keys in the ignition. a sketch of hernandez was circulated. police say witnesses and evidence tied her to the crime. hernandez is now in jail on drug and kidnapping charges. the baby was found unharmed. >>> a split-second decision by a san jose teenager saved a boy from falling more than 300 feet. it happened last tuesday at yosemite. >> all ever a sudden you hear the mom screaming like bloody murder, oh, my god, save my baby, save my baby. after i hopped the fence i heard my parents screaming no, no, please no. >> i was no, no, and it was so fast and he was in just like that. >> alex smith and his family had just hiked to the falls it when a 9-year-old boy fell into the merced river. alex jumped over the railing and held on to a rock and snagged the boy as he was going by in the swift rapids and then alex's dad came to help. i reached him and he reached me and he la
in connection with an incident in march. it was hernandez who drove away in a general with a baby inside the mother had stepped out of the car to close the garage door and left the key in the oil in - ignition. ones tied hernandez to the crime. it is not clear she knew which was a baby this the back seat. the baby was found unharmed. hernandez faces kidnapping and drug charges. >> the oakland school board will name the temporary superintendent. the board member grew up in oakland and attended 9 public schools of oakland and takes over as tony smith resigned after superintendent for family reasons. 9 school board wants to hire a permanent leader before school starts in the fall. >> san francisco's golden gate park is back to normal after a massive clean up. up to 15,000 people turned out for the annual marijuana celebration open saturday and they left behind appear estimated 11 tons of trash. city employees understood work on their day off to clean up. the number of people who came to the city should make up for the cleanup that is costing taxpayers but a city supervisor say the people ga
arena for tonight's sold out playoff game. i'm jodi hernandez. i'll have a live report coming up. >>> happening now, something we have been waiting for since 2007. >> we don't get to do this very off. after o games on the road the warriors are back at home for a playoff game. they continue their playoff series, game three against the denver nuggets. we bring in jodi hernandez who joins us in oakland with about 40,000 of your new best friends? >> reporter: there's a lot of people out here, raj. fans are fired up. you can see some flooding into oracle arena as we speak. oakland fans couldn't be happier their team is back on the map. >> we think oakland is the best place to have the warriors. >> reporter: they are passing out fliers at tonight's warriors playoff game hoping to tap in on fans' excitement to help convince them to scrap plans to move to san francisco. since 1971 they've been on this side of the bay. and they'll realize this is the best place for them here in oakland. >> the warriors are going to take the championship this year. >> reporter: golden state warrior pride i
that neighbors are handle by keeping jacob's memory alive. >> jay hernandez ktvu channel 2 news. >>> today his family had a message as the team faced off again in los angeles, now in san francisco where he's talking about safety and security with fans there at the at&tpark. >> reporter: there is thousand of people came to the bawl park, the los angeles dodgers and a lot of people were thinking of brian stove. the game were in the big screen and fans sat and watch the game. >> i think it has gotten better, i mean the first year that happened, we came out with my family from los angeles and they're were a little scared to come out. >> brian stove was severely beaten outside of the stadium on opening day two years ago. and saying quote t yesterday, was a very emotional day, march 31st, our lives were forever changed. we found it hard top believe that two years have gone by. we look at brian and see how much he has over come for those two years. truly is a miracle on quote. >> i think a lot of people is kind of opened their eyes of how bad it was, i think a lot of the fans will clean it up. >> i p
on its competition with google. jade hernandez is live with what you have heard from facebook headquarters. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, mark zuckerberg has made facebook a realtime experience which begins the minute you turn on your phone, facebook is no longer an app, it is the home page you go to whenever you pick up your phone and he says connecting to those around you is easier than ever because you no longer have to go to an app to make that connection. >> welcome to facebook home, a whole new experience for your phone. >> zuckerberg unveiled this new commercial. the ceo says the new live cover feed comes to live when your turn on your android phone. scroll through updates with photos that take up the entire face of the phone. >> why do we need to go into those autopsy in the first place in order to see what is going on with the people we care about? because today our phones are designed around apps and not people. >> so we want to flip that around. we want to bring all this -- >> a facebook has created chat heads the easy to move heads are faces of frien
manifestante manifiestan en la contra de trabajadores braseros, llego maldonado y el astronauta jose hernandez. >> es importante tener los campos y tengan permiso, que después unos años una tarjeta legal y despyes una king. >> se espera que vuelvan después de que venza el permiso. >> tienenq ue implementar la reforma. >> contempla el plan migratorio del senado, se estableceria trabajadores huespedes, (información en ingles) dicen que tiene que incluir camino a la ciudadania, y no se hablaria de ello si no es por la participación de hispanos en las hurnas. >> tiene que calificar los 11 millónes. >> la unica razon que ponen atención es por que votamos. >> informa santiago. >> cientos de miles de personas piden una reforma pero hay que dejar que es el principio y el proceso apenas esta en pañales, las personas tienen que cuidar que no se estafen. >> díana esta con nosotros, que tienen que tener cuidado?. >> los que califiquen en la migración, tienen que tener cuidado en persona que agilizan el proceso en algo que no existe, tienen que guardar el dinero. >> hay amparos como la accion dif
is behind bars on kidnapping charges. san jose police say karla hernandez kidnapped a baby who was sitting in a car. it happened three weeks ago, just after six a-m. when the mother of the eleven month old briefly left her car to close her garage door. in that short time the suspect got in the car and sped away. police found the baby girl unharmed inside the abandoned car later that morning. investigators point to a combination of physical evidence, witnesses and a police sketch that helped identify hernandez as the suspect. >> san leandro police have arrested a man for leaving his two young children in the car. police say he left them at the marina square shopping center on friday, in the car, with the windows rolled up. he told police that he was busy shopping. that's the second time this week san leandro police made such an arrest. on wednesday, in 80 degree temperatures, an oakland woman left her 4-month-old in a car at the same shopping center. police say leaving children unattended in vehicles exposes them to potential heat exhaustion and kidnapping. the charge is a misdemeanor but e
salvarse del descenso. >>> en donde la vida no vale nada, el leon y atlante, al 34 centro de hernandez y remata pacheco para el unoa cero, gana leon. >>> la jornada 16 concluye mañana y por ahí le damos el marcador y mañana 3 partidos mas por otro lado en la sgrandes ligas san diego a san francisco. >>> seattle a los angelitos. >>> y los dodgers cayeron. >>> en breve noticias univision 14 san francisco fin de semana . >>> país de sudamerica da nacimientoa las primeras ovejas geneticamente modificadas. >>> cientificos en uruguay anunciaron als primeras iobejas transgenicas fosforecentes. >>> toman el verde al alumbrarlas con luzm ultravioleta. >>> los cientificos crearon los embiones que se mezclaron con gen de medusa que produce proteina verde fluorescente. >>> increíble. >>> quedese con el notiiero univision. >>> buenas noches .
for android smart phones that it hopes will give it a leg up on its competition with google. jade hernandez is live with what you have heard from facebook headquarters. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon, mark zuckerberg has made facebook a realtime experience which begins the minute you turn on your phone, facebook is no longer an app, it is the home page you go to whenever you pick up your phone and he says connecting to those around you is easier than ever because you no longer have to go to an app to make that connection. >> welcome to facebook home, a whole new experience for your phone. >> zuckerberg unveiled this new commercial. the ceo says the new live cover feed comes to live when your turn on your android phone. scroll through updates with photos that take up the entire face of the phone. >> why do we need to go into those autopsy in the first place in order to see what is going on with the people we care about? because today our phones are designed around apps and not people. >> so we want to flip that around. we want to bring all th
tracks running right across from the school's campus. theresa hernandez heard the sound and spoke to us through a translation. >> i saw something flying in the air and what fell was the body of the the boy. >> reporter: the boy was austin price and he had been playing chicken on the tracks and was struck. >> i told him not to play those games. he is my best friend and i will miss him a lot. >> reporter: students bringing flowers and holding on tight. >> when someone needed money he would give it to them. >> no body walk on these train tracks. >> reporter: students began holding a pray vigil and a police officer said they they could not be there. >> it is just not safe. >> we talk about staying off the tracks and the safety around the train. >> reporter: 74 people were killed by moving trains in california last year, the most of any state in the united states and that is up from 2011 when there were 55. by the time an train conductor sees the person it is too late to stop. >> i was in shock and i feel traumatized. >> >> reporter: funeral services will be wednesday and a second boy was in
at 5:00 a tentative deal was reached. ktvu's jade hernandez is live in the city where she spoke with somebody involved in the negotiations and she has the latest, jade. >> neither side wants wants to divulge how this came to be, unlike the final concert, tonight's tentative agreement may mean the rest of performances may now go on as planned. living just a block from davey symphony hall, this man is glad the strike is done. >> i think there's a lot of businesses that rely on the symphony for income and this has kept a lot of people from the businesses. >> reporter: a near by restaurant had 30,000 reservations cancelled. we spoke by phone to the symphony's oliver tile. >> we're very glad to have all a tentative deal. >>> a musician representative told us by phone symphony players will wait until all union members hear and discuss this deal before discussing it publicly. neither side will say how they came to it tentatively. they will be ready to speak on it on tuesday it's the very same day, their first day back here. they'll be performing for at least 2,000 first and second gra
's jodi hernandez has more. >> reporter: students at contra costa college are reeling after learning as many as 40 people may have made off with tens of thousands of dollars in financial aid without ever attending class. >> as soon as they get the check, they disappear. they never go to class or they withdraw from classes. >> reporter: deputy d.a. calls the scam pell grant running and he says this woman, 45-year-old yvette hummel was the ring leader. >> she ran it like a business. she produced flyers and contracts and advertised saying i can get you free money from the college district. this is free public money. >> reporter: hummel and five others have pleaded guilty to grant theft. seven more are due in court next week, while investigators are still looking for eight other suspects. the prosecutor says one woman, a 78-year-old, got federal aid but only signed up for basketball. and though she didn't attend, she somehow got an "a." >> the investigators are asking how is it you were going to go to this class if you're 78 years old? we asked her. we have no intention of going to class
hernandez who's on treasure island. >> reporter: we are on treasure island to show you a better look at the bay bridge. it's one of the bridges in the area that has a wind advisory for tonight. strong gusts caused other problems along the coast. >> reporter: ocean beach turned into a roaring dune this afternoon. >> it's windy. it's really windy. >> the sunset district decided 20 feet was enough. from the beach to the great highway, woers couldn't clear the sand off of the road to caltranses closed it and traffic was diverted. less than 4 miles away, wind damage was still evident from last week's gust. >> we drove by and then we saw the damage and we department know about it at first. but we saw it when we got here, yeah. >> reporter: but no one seemed to mind today's conditions. >> it didn't get real bad until a few hours ago. that's when it started getting a little chilly. it's san francisco, this is as good as it gets. >> reporter: and he might be right. as for the city'srecreation and parks department, no reports of downed trees. we mentioned the bay bridge's wind advisory, there'
area's jodi hernandez is live in martinez. jodi, you spoke with friends of the family? >> reporter: i did, janelle. everyone here is stunned and heart broken about what happened to this little boy. aaron and his family are well known here in martinez. his father is a high school football coach here, his mother is the former manager of the county's emergency alert system. their trip to boston was supposed to be a family adventure. instead it's turned into a nightmare. >> it's hard for me to wrap around this, to be truthful. >> reporter: katherine hern says the past day has been a whirlwind. her 11-year-old grandson, aaron, remains in intensive care in boston after getting hit by shrapnel yesterday as he waited to see his mother cross the finish line. >> they're just kind of stabilizing him and will go back in tomorrow and finish taking care of the shrapnel injury. >> she says hearn, his sister and parents traveled to boston for what was supposed to be a fun family trip, centered around rooting on aaron's mom accomplishing a lifetime goal. he was just six feet away from one of the blast
the increase. >>> a brother and sister gunned downright in front after their home. jade hernandez tells us police are struggling to find out why those teens are targeted. >> reporter: the map shows where the shot spotter places the or origin of the fire. marvin, who retired from the army heard the shots. >> we stayed inside and waited for it to stop pretty much. >> reporter: a family pointed out these photos of holly. >> it's been a very quiet neighborhood. they said parchester village was a bad place but not for us. >> reporter: he said he moved here to move away from crime in hunter's point. >> there's so much hatred. >> reporter: this woman said crime is here too. she knew the mother of the victims. >> what i saw was a woman who decided to raise her children. >> reporter: investigators tackled their fourth homicide in 10 days. the brother and sister were not involved in any kind of criminal activity. >> it might just be that other parts of the group were. they were outside with family and friends just talking. >> reporter: police are looking for the shooters who jumped out of a car. >
hernandez live in san francisco where there was once again extra security at tonight's giant's game. >> reporter: heather, boston was definitely on the minds of giant's fans, but the love of the game pushed many forward. >> they wanted us and that was it. >> security at at&t park remained tight. >> we waited a little bit more, but i feel safe in this city. >> we felt it would be a little longer to get into the stadium. we thought there might be lines or whatever, but it was just as fast and it was same as ever. >> reporter: this father spoke to his daughters about safety concerns today. >> to be a little more appreciative of being able to go out and do things and i think that it's on a lot of people's mines. >> i think it's on everybody's mind of you come to a public place and the thought that someone could could walk in with something, but you can't stop it from letting you have fun. >> reporter: in boston the red sox took on the kansas city royals at fenway park. neil diamond performed. >> i bring love from the whole country. >> in boston fans showed their support for the
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